UK cities

Qualifications of working age population across UK Cities

Working Age Qualifications - UK Cities (2018)

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Scotland had a lower proportion of working age people with a degree than the UK average, as did Nottingham and Birmingham.  Of the selected UK cities, Edinburgh had the highest proportion of working-age adults with a degree.  Only Bristol and Edinburgh had a lower proportion of people without any educational qualifications than the UK average (5.1%), while Glasgow had the highest proportion of the working age population without qualifications (8.2%).

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